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et seq.

abbr. Latin
et sequens (and the following one or ones)
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et seq.

abbreviation for
1. et sequens
2. Also: et seqq et sequentia
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et seq.

ABBR =et sequentiay sigs
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et seq.

abbr of et sequentia → f., und folgende
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